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Category Archives: Catholic Writing and Publishing
As humans it is sometimes difficult to not be caught up in what was; our history. Although history has made us what we are, we sometimes fall into the trap of making the “good old days” more perfect that they … Continue reading
Last week I went over all the many ways we sabotage ourselves by not taking our writing seriously. This week I would like to share some of the ways you can remedy that. First you have to get rid of all … Continue reading
The CWG Prayer Chain Post is a weekly post for members to include their special intentions by adding a comment. Psalms 17: 1-6 Listen, Yahweh, to an upright cause, pay attention to my cry, lend an ear to my prayer, … Continue reading
The Joyful Beggar by Louis de Wohl My rating: 4 of 5 stars What is it with Louis de Wohl’s books? They’re like peanuts or popcorn. You just keep tossing back handfuls because they’re so good and go down so … Continue reading
Editor’s Note As you can see, reinforcements have arrived. We now have an assist for Poetry Sunday who has much better taste in poetry than I do as well as a great background. She has lots of poetry suggestions … Continue reading
Dorothy Smith surprised and blessed the heck out of my husband and me. Homeless since her mother died in Hurricane Katrina, Dorothy is without a doubt one of the most “at home” people that Mark and I have ever encountered. … Continue reading
As I prayed the Divine Office, I realized I was missing something important. When I pray alone, I tend to forget the call-and-response rhythm of the psalms. A more conscious effort to place the pause within each couplet, instead of … Continue reading
Pat Gohn, cancer survivor, celebrates womanhood by exploring a woman’s dignity, gifts and mission with exciting, personal stories. Discovering the gift of her womanhood brought her into a deeper relationship with God, her husband, family, and, to her surprise, the … Continue reading
Are you a professional writer? The definition of being a professional is being paid for your work. Technically if you have received as little as $5 or a free yearly subscription to a magazine for a short story, you are a … Continue reading